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Join us for Learning DevCamp 2015

eLearning Brothers

A learning event dedicated to online learning and collaboration. 10 Best Practices for Writing Voiceover Scripts for eLearning. Responsive Design – Thinking Mobile to Desktop and Beyond. Deep Lectora: Things you did not know you could do… – “You Build It” Session. Action Mapping for Instructional Design and Agile Project Management. Thank you for all the planning and dedication to promoting online training design and development.

Recap of The eLearning Guild’s 2014 Learning Solutions Conference

E-learning Uncovered

Here are some resource from the event that you might find useful. His tips were designed to help you become a more confident and successful e-learning professional. We work with translation vendors and voiceover talent to provide us with the text and audio for the courses and then piece everything together within the authoring tool. We discussed some of the common fears, insecurities, and unknown variables that most e-learning designers face when starting a freelance career.

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Using Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning: Insights from CSUN 2018

The Learning Dispatch

When designing accessible elearning, one of the first questions you need to answer is: “What does it mean for elearning to be accessible?”. On the other hand, if you’re designing a new product, then a strict standard might not provide the level of accessibility and positive user experience that your audience needs. Because the pattern was designed to be accessible, using the pattern meant the interaction was accessible, without having to program it to be so from scratch.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

Dr. Kevin Gumienny is our senior learning architect and leads Microassist’s instructional design team. We can ensure that all training, and especially elearning, is designed so that it’s accessible—built so that all people, including learners with differing abilities, can access the content. Webpages designed to train. Videos designed to train. In other cases, accessibility requires attention to design. And some, like Lectora and SoftChalk (PDF, 2.7

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

We can ensure that all training, and especially elearning, is designed so that it’s accessible—built so that all people, including learners with differing abilities, can access the content. Webpages designed to train. Videos designed to train. Training content developed using rapid authoring tools, such as Articulate Storyline, Trivantis Lectora, and Adobe Captivate, and (often) provided as a click-though, packaged course. Design.